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21.02

Phishing, pharming fraudsters! Oh my!

“It’s difficult to define pharmacy schemes because the“ look ”of a company’s sites is constantly changing, and users usually don’t monitor these changes.

Difficult, but possible.

Yes, and the antivirus will help.
If you configure it correctly ... [GREEN]

Comments: 18

21.02

Preying on fear

Yes, the situation is familiar.

Sometimes it was even fun to get to such sites, which in turn tried not to let the victim out of their tenacious hands, blocking in any way any attempts to leave this page.

But lately I almost miss, Dr.Web eliminates.
For which many thanks to him. [GREEN]

Comments: 18

21.02

Cunning JavaScript

JavaScript itself is neither good nor bad, but the possible use determines its essence.

Therefore, it can and should be turned off, but it needs to be turned on, as some "advanced" sites are simply not loaded or displayed.

It is logical to use several browsers and the obligatory presence of a worthy antivirus, for example Dr.Web. [GREEN]

Comments: 18

21.02

From Melissa Kournikova, with love

Everything repeats, the struggle continues.

As for the letters ...

The letters of “happiness” didn’t disappear anywhere and didn’t disappear at all,

and periodically pop up ... [GREEN]

Comments: 19

21.02

Be smarter than your smart things!

Honestly, the IS problem is becoming (or has it already become?) So comprehensive that it is surprising that most users are not aware of it. And since manufacturers of smart things are still not concerned with information security, we can only wait for the tsunami of financial claims for unsafe gadgets from uninformed users and the corresponding hysteria in the media about this. Then, then, maybe this problem will begin to be solved? [GREEN]

Comments: 18

21.02

False fears lead to wrong actions

Judging by the relevance of the topic m. should raise the issue of more fully informing Internet users about its imaginary and real threats, for example, at the add. computer science classes in the manner of life safety, but in relation to the Internet? [GREEN]

Comments: 18

20.02

Anti-virus ABCs

Yes, screenshots for analysis are cool :)
After all, this is the level of the user, not the system administrator. I want to believe that a professional (IT specialist or system administrator) will not commit such stupidity. [GREEN]

Comments: 18

20.02
20.02

Hidden passwords: A loophole for hackers

"I always change predefined passwords"

You can’t imagine a better one. [GREEN]

Comments: 17

20.02

Everything is logged

Piracy is an undoubted evil, but even greater evil = this is the shameless impudence with which Windows behave.

I want to believe that the time will come and the old woman will be a bungle. [GREEN]

Comments: 18

20.02

When someone else's mistake is your problem

"It turns out there is nothing reliable!"

And his (reliable) and never was :) [GREEN]

Comments: 18

19.02

A human being cannot replace anti-spam

The release was very useful. [Dmur]

Comments: 11

19.02

For those with their heads in the clouds

"It turns out there is nothing reliable!"

And his (reliable) and never was.

:))) [GREEN]

Comments: 19

18.02

No one gets left behind

Useful and interesting issue, thank you! [Шалтай Александр Болтай]

Comments: 10

18.02

No chance victims

Useful and interesting issue, thank you! [Шалтай Александр Болтай]

Comments: 11

18.02

Baiting traps

"Vigilance is needed everywhere and in everything."

And a little paranoia in addition!

It will surely help ... [GREEN]

Comments: 18

18.02

Cybercriminals don't take holidays

Information is never superfluous :)

And which is much worse - there is only its flaw. [GREEN]

Comments: 18

18.02

My data is mine

The less your personal data from the network, the better. Although it is almost impossible to completely avoid this ("evil" ???). [GREEN]

Comments: 18

17.02

Statistics, children and scammers

"Vigilance and caution always and in everything"

That's for sure! [GREEN]

Comments: 18

17.02

Don't leave your old number behind

Thanks for the potentially and topically useful recommendations. [GREEN]

Comments: 18

14.02

They will fish out everything

There is not a single method to remove all of the data in hard drives thoroughly till now. [Niuxin]

Comments: 13

14.02

Keep your software up to date and your systems invincible

How about turning to open source office applications? [Niuxin]

Comments: 12

14.02

Random victims

All removable devices before being scanned can be thought to be dubious. [Niuxin]

Comments: 12

14.02

Beating the enemy at its own game

"Old birds don't come across chaff"
or
You can’t fool a shot sparrow on a chaff. [GREEN]

Comments: 17

14.02

Cheap passwords for sale

Sysadmins have significantly greater capabilities compared to ordinary employees, but there are still not so many mass leaks, so are there any moral principles? [GREEN]

Comments: 18